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    ionantha

    Finally a success for this specie



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    Can you get a picture with a dark background? That would bring out the white flower more prominently. How do you keep the plant alive? Mine died shortly after flowering.




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    Nice job, Jeff. I found this species to be quite challenging, so it is nice to see someone having success. So far the best for my conditions is Pinguicula lutea.

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    YAY! Excellent work, Jeff!

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    suite

    Bonjour

    JIMSCOTT you can see some picture on a black background of these plants on
    my web site
    clic on " pinguicula" translate with the google module .


    I do not have enough perspective to give on this plant growing conditions in order to keep them after flowering.

    However, I believe, the views of their conditions 'in situ' (this is also valid for primuliflora and planifolia), the humidity and a substrate moist enough to be a good indicator, finally, for my part I think to go this route.

    jeff

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    I struggle with North American butterworts, ironically. Mexican ones are comparatively easier.

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    what north american species ? vulgaris , macroceras ,villosa ?

    these 2 first are easy , villosa very very difficult if you have not a fridge

    I am looking for macroceras subsp macroceras ( not the 'eco type' subsp nortensis) seeds , if you have I am taker.

    all the mexican are not easy and particularly some one are very very difficult to find.

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    I never had those but caerulea, planifolia, ionatha,....

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